Environmental and Planning Law in New South Wales

Environmental and Planning Law in New South Wales

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The key changes in this edition concern planning and assessment, energy and climate law. The book continues to provide effective integration of planning and assessment provisions with environmental law topics such as pollution control, broadly defined; the protection of biodiversity and heritage; natural resource issues such as energy and water; global and domestic attempts to deal with climate change; and corporate social responsibility. The focus goes beyond NSW to take account of international as well as national developments, including detailed analysis of the relevant Commonwealth law.
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Product details

  • Paperback | 780 pages
  • 173.99 x 246.13 x 43.94mm | 1,442g
  • Annandale, NSW, Australia
  • English
  • New edition
  • 3rd New edition
  • 1862878528
  • 9781862878525
  • 1,122,089

Table of contents

Overview of Environmental Law in Australia, Managing Environmental Conflict
Land Use Planning, Development Control and Project Approval, Environmental Assessment in New South Wales, Commonwealth Assessment and Approvals under the Environment Protection and Biodiversity Conservation Act 1999 (Cth), Energy and Climate Law, Water, Integrated Natural Resource Management, Conserving Biodiversity
Protected Areas, Heritage, Pollution, Waste and Contaminated Land, Chemicals and Dangerous Goods, Corporate Social Responsibility.
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Reviews of previous editions: The book warrants a close reading for those interested in the subjects it covers. Cross-sectoral links are made which provide genuine insights into what the law does, or does not do, about particular issues, based on careful consideration of the policy framework underpinning those issues. For example, concern about climate change impacts appears as a major driver towards action in several contexts throughout the book, not just in the energy law and climate change chapter. ... The strengths of the book are clear...a welcome addition to your environmental law library. - Hon Justice NHM Pain, Land and Environment Court of NSW, Environment and Planning Law Journal This book will become a standard reference text for students, practitioners, researchers, decision makers and others requiring a quick and ready road map to guide their understanding of the regulatory framework of planning and environment matters in New South Wales. - Asia Pacific Journal of Environmental Law
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About Rosemary Lyster

Rosemary Lyster

Rosemary Lyster is an Associate Professor in the Faculty of Law, University of Sydney, and Director of the Australian Centre for Environmental Law (Sydney).


Rosemary teaches Energy Law, Water Law, GMOs and Environmental Law, Environmental Dispute Resolution, Asia Pacific Environmental Law and Comparative Environmental Law.


Rosemary is co-editor of the Asia Pacific Journal of Environmental Law and the Energy and Water, and Special Editor of the Environmental Planning and Law Journal. Rosemary is a member of the IUCN - The World Conservation Union Commission on Environmental Law. She is Chair of the Commission's Special Working Group on Water and Wetlands, and is a member of the Special Working Group on Energy and Climate Change.


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*Environmental and Planning Law in New South Wales - Forthcoming Release



Zada Lipman

Zada Lipman is a Professor in the Division of Law, Macquarie University. Over the past twenty five years, she has been teaching and researching in the area of environmental law. She is currently teaching pollution law and planning law.


Zada is the Australian editor of the Environmental Liability Journal and is the New South Wales and Pollution Special Editor of the Environmental and Planning Law Journal.


Zada is a member of the IUCN - the World Conservation Union Commission on Environmental Law. She is a member of the Commission's Special Working Group on Enforcement and Compliance and a member of the Special Working Group on Oceans, Coasts and Coral Reefs.


Titles by Zada Lipman:


*Environmental and Planning Law in New South Wales - Forthcoming Release
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